Payday in Las Vegas
October 11, 2020

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2020 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

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The PGA Tour plays the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, so maybe it’s not quite that big a surprise that the guy everybody thought was a lock to win the tournament on Sunday turned out to be a bust.

Patrick Cantlay shared the 54-hole lead at TPC Summerlin and had a 66.2 stroke average in his 15 competitive rounds in the tournament. He’d finished first-second-second in his three previous starts in the event. So who could have predicted that Cantlay would bogey four of his first six holes and finish with a two-over 73.

Enter … well everybody else in the field. But specifically Martin Laird, who was tied with Cantlay to start the day and was also a past champion in the event, having won it in 2009. It’s just that Laird hadn’t won on tour since 2013 and his struggled with a torn meniscus in his left knee that required surgery earlier this summer. The 37-year-old Scot wasn’t the guy you expected to win, but with a closing 68 to get into a playoff with Matthew Wolff and Austin Cook, he was the last man standing when he made birdie on the second extra hole to capture his fourth career tour victory.

With the victory, Laird claimed the largest single payday in his 13-plus year career on tour. The overall purse this week at the Shriners was $7 million with the winner earning $1.26 million.

Here’s the prize money payout for everyone who made the cut at TPC Summerlin. Come back shortly after the tournament and we’ll fill in the names of the players and how much cash they won on Sunday.

Win: Martin Laird, -23, $1,260,000

P-2: Matthew Wolff, -23, $623,000

P-2: Austin Cook, -23, $623,000

4: Abraham Ancer, -20, $343,000

T-5: Peter Malnati, -19, $259,000

T-5: James Hahn, -19, $259,000

T-5: Will Zalatoris, -19, $259,000

T-8: Bryson DeChambeau, -18, $190,750

T-8: Justin Suh, -18, $190,750

T-8: Matthew NeSmith, -18, $190,750

T-8: Si Woo Kim, -18, $190,750

T-8: Patrick Cantlay, -18, $190,750

T-13: Joaquin Niemann, -17, $125,416.67

T-13: Webb Simpson, -17, $125,416.67

T-13: Sungjae Im, -17, $125,416.67

T-13: Harold Varner III, -17, $125,416.67

T-13: Brian Harman, -17, $125,416.67

T-13: Wyndham Clark, -17, $125,416.67

T-19: Louis Oosthuizen, -16, $85,750

T-19: Zach Johnson, -16, $85,750

T-19: Scott Piercy, -16, $85,750

T-19: John Huh, -16, $85,750

T-19: Cameron Tringale, -16, $85,750

T-24: Tom Hoge, -15, $61,950

T-24: Patton Kizzire, -15, $61,950

T-24: Cameron Smith, -15, $61,950

T-27: Sebastian Munoz, -14, $47,950

T-27: Adam Schenk, -14, $47,950

T-27: Russell Henley, -14, $47,950

T-27: Rob Oppenheim, -14, $47,950

T-27: Andrew Landry, -14, $47,950

T-27: J.T. Poston, -14, $47,950

T-27: Michael Gligic, -14, $47,950

T-34: Beau Hossler, -13, $33,483.33

T-34: Emiliano Grillo, -13, $33,483.33

T-34: Matt Kuchar, -13, $33,483.33

T-34: Ryan Palmer, -13, $33,483.33

T-34: Robby Shelton, -13, $33,483.33

T-34: Dylan Frittelli, -13, $33,483.33

T-34: Sam Burns, -13, $33,483.33

T-34: Charles Howell III, -13, $33,483.33

T-34: Adam Hadwin, -13, $33,483.33

T-43: Kevin Na, -12, $26,250

T-43: Troy Merritt, -12, $21,665

T-43: Sepp Straka, -12, $21,665

T-43: Sung Kang, -12, $21,665

T-43: Sergio Garcia, -12, $21,665

T-43: Tom Lewis, -12, $21,665

T-43: Joseph Bramlett, -12, $21,665

T-43: Brandt Snedeker, -12, $21,665

51: Brice Garnett, -11, $17,570

T-52: Cameron Davis, -10, $16,674

T-52: C.T. Pan, -10, $16,674

T-52: Matt Jones, -10, $16,674

T-52: Nate Lashley, -10, $16,674

T-52: Rory Sabbatini, -10, $16,674

57: Denny McCarthy, -9, $16,170

T-58: Henrik Norlander, -8, $15,750

T-58: Bronson Burgoon, -8, $15,750

T-58: Hunter Mahan, -8, $15,750

T-58: Joel Dahmen, -8, $15,750

T-58: Andrew Putnam, -8, $15,750

63: Chez Reavie, -6, $15,330

T-64: George Markham, -3, $15,120

T-64: Stewart Cink, -3, $15,120

66: Luke Donald, -2, $14,910